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  • Grades 1, 3 and 5 Concert

    Grades 1, 3 and 5 Concert

  • Grades 1, 3 and 5 Concert

    Grades 1, 3 and 5 Concert

  • Students Perform 2nd and 4th Grade Concert

    Students Perform 2nd and 4th Grade Concert

  • Character Counts

    Character Counts

    A bulletin board by Mrs. Wisek and Mrs. Patterson's Classes

  • Students Perform 2nd and 4th Grade Concert

    Students Perform 2nd and 4th Grade Concert

  • Grades 1, 3 and 5 Concert

    Grades 1, 3 and 5 Concert

  • Character Counts Bulletin Board

    Character Counts Bulletin Board

    Gobbling Into Good Citizenship by Miss Davis and Miss Furmanski's Classes

  • Happy Halloween!

    Happy Halloween!

    Adler's staff dressed as Cruella De Vil, her dog catchers and 101 dalmatians!

  • Kindergarten Field Trip

    Kindergarten Field Trip

    Kindergarteners picking apples at Apple Holler.

  • Design Lab

    Design Lab

    First graders design a bridge for spiders to cross a river.

  • New Art Club for grades K-2!

    New Art Club for grades K-2!

  • Culver's Night

    Culver's Night

    Teachers serve the families at this AFA fundraiser.

  • Character Counts Week

    Character Counts Week

    Students chalked downtown Libertyville to celebrate Character Counts week.

  • A rainbow over Adler!

    A rainbow over Adler!

  • First Day of School

    First Day of School

  • First Day of School

    First Day of School

  • First Day of School

    First Day of School

  • First Day of School

    First Day of School

  • First Day of School

    First Day of School

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D70 Supt. Search Info
District 70

The D70 Board of Education requests your assistance in developing a leadership profile that will be used in the search for the district’s new superintendent by completing this online survey. All responses are anonymous and confidential. The survey closes Sept. 15. 

Please also consider attending one of the public focus group sessions to offer your input. The sessions are located in the school gyms and will be held at 7 p.m. on Sept. 4 at Highland Middle School, at 6 p.m. on Sept. 5 at Copeland Manor School, and at 6 p.m. on Sept. 6 at Rockland School. 

The survey results and focus group feedback will be used to develop a new superintendent profile that will be presented at the Sept 24 Board of Education meeting. 

A letter from the Board of Education addressing the critical process, opportunities for input, and important dates as the search for a new superintendent begins. A new superintendent will be in place for the 2019-20 school year. 

Thank you - The District 70 Board of Education 

Updated 8-15-2018 1:32 PM
Crossing Guard Needed
Crossing Guard

The Village of Libertyville Police Dept. has an opening for a school crossing guard at the corner of Rockland Road and Stewart Avenue this school year.

The position is for about 2.5 hours on school days Monday through Friday from 7:35 to 8:50 a.m. and from 2:40 to 3:55 p.m. 

For more information, contact Sgt. Matt Goze at mgoze@libertyville.com

Updated 8-17-2018 2:52 PM
Class Assignments
District 70

For Kindergarten Through Fifth Grade:
Class assignments for K-5th grades were mailed at the local US postal office on Monday, Aug. 13. The letters should start arriving on Wednesday, Aug. 15. 
If you have not received a letter by Friday, Aug. 17, please contact your home school office.  

Updated 8-15-2018 12:59 PM
New Attendance Line
Phone Adler has a separate attendance line.  Please update your contacts accordingly!

Attendance:  (847) 932-0054

 

Updated 7-26-2018 4:06 PM
The Superintendent Search: Ten Step Process
(Click video below to play) 

 

Updated 8-3-2018 2:27 PM
Kindergarten Screenings
ABC

Kindergarten screenings are held at a student's home school. Screenings can be arranged by calling the school office on Aug. 1, when office staff returns.

Screenings are performed by kindergarten teachers and give students and parents a chance to see the classrooms and meet the teachers. The screenings help teachers create balanced, equal classrooms by reviewing academic knowledge (letters, numbers, colors, sorting, reading simple words, etc.), observing behavior and parents have an opportunity to share info about their child that they want teachers to know.

The kindergarten screening is different from preschool screenings which are used to help parents determine how children are progressing in preschool and if they need extra support in an area. 

Updated 7-25-2018 10:32 AM